- Tapa blanda: 128 páginas
- Editor: Birthmoon Creations; Edición: 2 (18 de abril de 2018)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1999806417
- ISBN-13: 978-1999806415
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What's Right For Me?: Making decisions in pregnancy and childbirth (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 18 abr 2018
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The decisions that we make about pregnancy and childbirth can shape our experiences, health and lives, as well as those of our children and families. But many of those decisions are complex, confusing and made harder by the fact that we live in a world which is filled with options and opinions. This book is designed to help the reader think through their needs so that decision making becomes less daunting. It explains the different perspectives and approaches that people take towards childbirth and tips, tools and ways of thinking that will help you find the path that’s right for you.
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Dr Sara Wickham is a midwife, educator and researcher. She is the author or editor of sixteen books, has edited three midwifery journals and provides in-person and online educational and consultancy services for midwifery and health-related organisations around the world.
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Our inimitable Sara strikes again with a sweet little tool designed to help birthing women determine what they truly need and want for themselves and their babies amidst a cacophony of options and opinions.
Sara highlights the primary decisions women will be asked to make as they carry and bear the lives growing within their wombs such as where to give birth, whom to hire as attendant, and what sort of experience they desire. Sara presents a list of thought-provoking questions for women to both consider personally as well as ask of their attendants, and closes the book with a wonderful collection of resources.
“What I really, really want you to know is how amazing you are and how much you already know… that you can trust yourself, your body, and your baby… My wish for all women and families is (to) put more of our time and energy into helping women understand, explore and honour their personal ways of knowing… When we birth, we don’t just birth babies. We birth ourselves, we birth our families and we reshape our lives. Birth is a journey.”
And dear Sara Wickham, you’re a gem!